The “Let’s Get Loud” singer remembered “feeling totally normal” Then and there “all of a sudden I felt as if I couldn’t move.”
“I was completely frozen,” she wrote, noting that she “couldn’t see clearly” Check for physical symptoms “started to scare me and the fear compounded itself. Now I know it was a classic panic attack brought on by exhaustion, but I had never even heard the term at the time.”
The Halftime star claimed that after obtaining medical help, she came to the conclusion that she needed to make changes in her life.
“I was so terrified I thought I was losing my mind,” Jennifer remembered, having met with the doctor for her first time. “I asked the doctor if I was going crazy. He said, ‘No, you’re not crazy. You need sleep…get 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night, don’t drink caffeine, and make sure you get your workouts in if you’re going to do this much work.’”
Now, the star makes sure to prioritize her mental health, including getting her beauty sleep. J.Lo says that rest is important. “accumulates over time,” But it yields incredible results. Simply put, “Sometimes I wake up and say, ‘Wow! I just lost 10 years off my face!’”
J.Lo admitted that she “let my own self-care needs go completely (even as simple as sleeping or taking ten minutes to just relax),” but needed that wake-up call in order to realize “how serious the consequences could be of ignoring what my body and mind needed to be healthy—and that’s where my journey to wellness began.”
The actress emphasized to her audience that her approach is the key to her young beauty. She favors “pro-living versus anti-aging” more than anti-aging. And she has merged it into JLO Beauty. After all, the tagline “Beauty has no expiration date” is used.